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that will help create jobs. the steps will help grow the economy and rebuild a rising and thriving middle class. we can do it while shrinking our deficit. begin a have to choose. we just need to make smarter choices. last year both parties work together to reduce the deficit by more than 2.5 trillion dollars. up at a store the goal of 4 trillion dollars to stabilize -- that is helping us reach the goal of $4 trillion to stabilize the deficit. we cannot for senior citizens and working families to bear the burden of deficit reduction while the wealthiest are asked to do nothing more. that will not work. we cannot cut our way to prosperity. i propose a balanced approach to bring down the cost of healthcare and getting rid of tax lee pulls -- tax loopholes. we should pursue bipartisan comprehensive tax reform that encourages job creation and helps bring down the deficit. we know what we need to do. the steps are common sense. it will help grow our economy and strengthen our middle class. in the coming weeks and months, our work will not be easy. but america only moves forward when we do so together
that then goes out and stimulate the world economy like apollo and early space programs stimulated the economy of the world. i got an iphone on my hip that has 2000 times the memory of an apollo computer. can you imagine? the space station guys, they have texts, skype or something up there. and they're all on their laptops. it boggles your mind what is going on there technologically. >> today you could probably tweet what is going on on your flight. on your first and only flight, on the way back to earth, you got to do spacewalk. >> it was totally different. a different experience. as i described being on the moon, it contrasts the gray lunar surface with the blackness of space. people ask me what does the earth like from the moon? i said i cannot tell you because i landed in the center of the moon which took the earth directly overhead. in an apollo space suit, it is like being in a fishbowl. you move your head but the helmut does not move. so i did not get to see the earth very much from the moon. but in lunar orbit, you come around from the backside and there is the earth rise. we landed at
and to our economy. cbp would have to furlough all of its employees reduce overtime, and eliminate hiring to back-fill positions. >> michael: in all, homeland security would lose 5,000 agents. that is a big deal. next up, gun control. the president wants universal background checks but a sequester would make such a system difficult to enact would it would mean cuts in agents and federal attorneys. and then there is education. the president has called for universal preschooling but the sequester would slash $400 million from head start and that means nearly 63,000 children would be dropped from the program. the republicans outlook seems to be, if we can break the economy now, we have bought the presidency in 2016. joining me now is juana summers, she comes to us from washington, d.c. welcome back inside "the war room." >> thanks for having me back. >> michael: so how damaging actually will these cuts be to the president's second term agenda. >> it's important to note when you talk about sequestration it touches every part of the american economy, big prior advertise t
immediately afterwards. -- planned to run it immediately afterwards. this assumption was that the economy would continue to improve or would improve. i think running and losing in 2008 was liberating for him. he found that he could be happy. we kept talking. he wanted to talk about it. we had a busy 2010 client schedule. he finally said, on election day 2010, if you cannot do anything for your client, why don't we meet? ok. we can do that. my partner and i met him. we met him in boston. at his condo. that was when i got a sense that he was intending to run. >> he was serious? and he made the decision? >> yeah. >> covering the white house, he always viewed mitt romney is the face of the republican party. is that unfair? >> no. after the 2008 election, we were thinking about the future. he asked me who i thought the nominee would be in 20 20. i said, mitt romney. i knew we were heading into an economic maelstrom. i spoke earlier to a group about this opposites theory of presidential races. romney and the business background seem like the kind of person who could emerge from that. on electio
of the local economy. we have more now on how this could impact all of us. >> with so much money off the table and billions of dollars out of the economy, and economists say everyone will feel the sting from sequestration if it does take effect, but especially the small businesses where profit margins are tight. >> a major investment in a new business just as the driving force of the local economy could take a big swipe out of spending. >> we're hoping we are not too effective but i guess we will see. >> it dream come true for several friends. >> we have taken a leap of faith in the academy. >> but right now, they fear an unpleasant reality. yearsa is a couple of into her own salon and 40% of her profits come from other than basic care cuts. she believes billions of dollars at the local economy will take a bite out of her business. >> i feel like it will effect us on a large scale. in neighborhoods where you hear a lot of shops, they rely on foot traffic and disposable income. >> a lot of people come through. this is a big area. >> across the region, construction is booming again. will there b
salaries. nearly three times median income of residents in the town all as the economy was tanking before their eyes. the mayor made close to $100,000 a year for a part-time job. prosecutors say that the ex-mayor knew exactly what he was doing. he and other city workers raised property taxes, hiked fees for businesses and used other shady measures to pay. the lawyer claimed the one time city leader cannot read and never graduated from grade school. a convicted killer on death row gets another peeve. reprieve. three days after the state of georgia was to execute an jen mate the supreme court is back in the mix. >>> tense moments in court as prosecutors question a woman who admits that she killed her ex-boyfriend but you says she can't remember stabbing him. oh, yeah, she remembers the shooting part but not the stabbing. the 27 stabbings. that is coming up. to grow, we have to boost our social media visibility. more "likes." more tweets. so, beginning today, my son brock and his whole team will be our new senior social media strategists. any questions? since we make radiator valves wouldn't
taken them 100 years and held the book economy to get to something as novel as an enhanced e-book and they are doing it. i don't know how it will work. tomorrow in baltimore i am teaching a seminar built around this short book. i taught it before at other schools and chapel hill, my alma mater commuting from baltimore. this time is different in two respects, it will be built around a shorter books that reading is on the other is too to not have a seminar in front of me and people on line from all over the country and even outside the country around the world auditing this class in a test for whether or not we can use the same technology that will create an enhanced e-book but use that technology to invite large numbers of students to take part in sending questions and questioning to what is and get to know each other or using the web. there are a lot of newfangled items going on about how this is presented as i am struggling to catch up with myself. they instructed me how to sweet and twitter and facebook and all these other things but a lot of things like the enhance e-book
and a lot of damage to the economy. but because it's slower moving, there seems to be less impetus to get a deal done before the march 1st deadline. you're hearing maybe this would all be wrapped up and the continuing spending resolution, if that's not solved by the end of march could result in a government shutdown. there seems to be posturing for negotiating all at once, some time in march. looks like it's possible we'll go past the sequester. >> didn't the gop agree to the sequester deal? and if the gop wanted to stop it, they could have. how do you assess blaming the president for the sequester? >> i'm not sure that's really working out for them because it's true that both sides agreed to this. and now the president is saying, okay, i agreed to this but let's do something about it. the whole idea of the sequester is it would be such a bad thing that neither party would want to go through with it. we can disagree with the logic of even setting this up. but it is true that if you're the party that's refusing to do the negotiation, i think you're the one that looks bad. the fact that bot
in this town is a mind game. this is a diversion to keep you off the thought of this poor economy which generates crime. this is about crime and is trying to divert your attention away from it because they cannot create jobs. i have two quotes from people who know what they're talking about. bruce weinberg, ohio state university -- but officials can pass tougher citizen laws and take other steps to reduce crime but there are limits to how much these can do. we found that a badly premarket has a profound impact on the crime rates -- that a bad labor market has a profound impact on the crime rates. this causes more unemployment a spiral situation from which it is difficult to recover. what we need to do is create jobs, businesses. small businesses create less crime. though i walk through the valley of the shadow of death, i fear no evil because i am the meanest and fiercest person walking into the valley.[laughter] >> thank you. and a reminder of the los angeles riot.i was actually there during that time as well. you are absolutely right. that is what we saw. you are right, that most of t
the government has already accrued. the country about and the economy again on the brink. hours before that self-imposed economic doomsday for us and the planet, the president announces that a deal has been struck. it was close and unpleasant, and it was all on purpose. that was july. by september, same year, another threatened government shutdown. this time it was the senate that had to find its way back from the edge of catastrophe, but they did it with something like 90 minutes to spare. then this past december, let's all go back to the brink. congressional republicans threatening an avalanche of tax hikes and other recession-inducing budget cuts. it's the fiscal cliff, look out! congressional republicans blew right past the new year's eve deadline and then after the sky was supposed to have fallen, a deal was made shortly thereafter to retroactively avert said disaster. remember all that? well, here we are again, back at the brink again. do brinks wear out if you use them too much? for the seventh time since winning the majority, congressional republicans are holding the government sort of h
a hundred years in a healthy book economy to get around to something as novel as an enhanced e-book, and now they are doing it. i don't know how it will work. tomorrow, in baltimore, i'm teaching a seminar built around the short book. i taught it before at other schools, at chapel hill last spring communitying from baltimore. this time it's different in two respects. it's built around the shorter books with readings from the other books too with a seminar in front of me, and i'll have people online from all over the country, and even outside the country around the world auditing this class in the check for whether or not we can use the same technology that will create an enhanced e-book, but use that technology to invite large numbers of of students -- numbers of students to use the web. there's a lot of newfangled items going on about how this is presented that i am struggling to catch up with myself. i now -- they instructed me how to tweet and twitter and facebook and all the other things, but like the enhanced e-book, i can't do because i don't have an ipad, but i believe in the possibil
and author of "beyond outrage," what's gone wrong with our economy and how to fix it and ari fleischer, former white house press secretary under george w. bush. all right, let's get some action here. robert, the white house responded to john boehner's challenge of saying, where are the cuts, with a blog post from dan pfeiffer who wrote, "the fact is, the president has a detailed balanced plan with spending cuts, he's willing to make tough choices. now it's time for the speaker to do the same." then he had a link to an 80-page proposal from september, including war savings, it includes tax reform, which of course they want. it doesn't fully lay it out by any stretch of the imagination. so jay carney was asked what specifically will the white house cut and here's what jay carney said. >> it's in the proposals he submitted to the speaker of the house that the speaker walked away from -- >> where does the president prevent sequestration from happening? shouldn't the president take the lead and present that -- >> well, first of all, congress has to act. >> all right. it's frustrating, no ma
to be a great and optimistic sense and serious prh an economy that has been stripped of its industrial base and facing international competition. we have environmental problems, just as problems, all of these things in the bond that we can create. that is the essence of patriotism they were figuring out ways to set in motion these freedoms that strengthen everyone and increase the economy and the ties that bind and a convert to be able to sit here tonight. we need to be able to do it again, and in order to do that, we have to have a better sense. because our history is not just about where we sat in the steel. our history is about our future and what tools we will use to build strength across the alliance. it is not often that we misremember these relations that are involved. i think we should be ashamed of doing it on the left and right. a lot in the civil rights movement turned against their own example. that includes people in the civil rights movement, the most powerful idea was the first one that was abandoned. there were a lot of other religions as well. the law turned against religio
the jobs that depend on them? or would they rather put hundreds of thousands of jobs and our entire economy at risk just for protect a few special interest tax loopholes that benefit only the wealthiest americans? that's the choice. >> when folks here that at home, lois, is this something that boils down to republicans being seens the losers. when you got americans, workings folks, standing behind the president in this bully pulpit forum. we don't expect to have a press conference tomorrow with teachers behind him saying i'm okay with losing my job? >> that's right. the president and the white house have done a very effective job in framing this. you know, his speech this morning was really, the sky is falling. the sky is falling. prisoners are going to be let free. the borders aren't going to be protected. you know, you're going to be in danger flying. and the reality might not quite be as dire because 30 days after the sequestration goes in, there's something called the continuing resolution where all this money goes back into a big pool and it can be shifted and used in all manner of thi
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is live in the windy city. aides say the president want to do talk about the economy, but he could not go to his hometown and not talk about guns, ed. >> that's right. that's why he wove it into his entire speech. it was supposed to be a speech about the building the middle class, following on that state of the union speech earlier in the week. but the parents of the 15-year-old girl who just a few weeks ago was at the president's inaugural parade, then gunned down here in the streets of chicago, gang related violence, her parents were here and what the president tried to do was to say this is not just about gun control. it's about a lot more. take a listen. >> as the son of a single mom who gave everything she had to raise me with the help of my grandparents, i turned out okay. but at the same time, i wish i had had a father who was around and involved. loving, supportive parents. and by the way, that's all kinds of parents. that includes foster parents and that includes grandparents and extended families, includes gay or straight parents. >> after wrapping up the speech, the president i
, calling for new programs to stimulate the economy. >> we need to launch manufacturing hubs across the country that will transform hard hit regions into global centers of high tech jobs and manufacturers. we need to make the tax code more competitive. and reward companies that create jobs here at home. >> in her party's weekly address, alabama congress woman blamed the president for the billions in spending cuts that could take effect on march 1st. >> as the clock is ticking towards his devastating sequester the president has failed to put forward a plan to prevent it, why? because president obama and senate democrats see his sequester as an opportunity to push through another tax increase. >> roby said that the president should consider the alternative budget cuts already passed. marco rubio is headed to the middle east, he left today on a week will have long trip that will take him to israel and jordan. the trip comes days after rubio delivered the republican response to president obama's state of the union address. when drones are used to save the lives of american soldiers we a
are damaging to america's economy. >> another tech heavy hitter is talking. microsoft chairman bill gates is not satisfied with microsoft especially when it comes to cell phones. nonetheless he gave current ceo steve balm aerovote of can ha confidence saying the future looks good for the company that he started. >>> future oyster prices could be decided this week. the owner of the oyster company will be in court this weak to fight a federally imposed order to close the business. if the court does not grant an injunction, drake's bay will have to close by march 15th. some believe that will lead to higher oyster prices, lower quality and impact the environment because the tra transportation needed to import oysters here to the bay area. drake's supplies 40% of california's oysters. >> california's fishing industry appears to be on the upswing. fishermen are enjoying bigger hauls and raking in more profits. the news comes after conversation efforts that limited the catch for fishermen in recent years. while some were skeptical, they now see the benefits. it is good news for pacific coast tow
without rules to build our economy up and now that we have gotten to the top we are trying to hamstring them or trying to tie them up with a nod of rules and regulations to hold china down. .. >> next, and anarchy recorded at university of pennsylvania and philadelphia, transport shares stories about her experiences on the united dates commission on civil rights set up by president eisenhower in 1957. this is about half an hour. >> host: well, on your screen now on booktv is a well-known face for c-span viewers, that is =tranfour, professor at university of pennsylvania and also via her of several books. read the university of pennsylvania to talk to her about this book, "and justice for all: the united states commission on civil rights and the continuing struggle for freedom in america" mary frances berry, when did the u.s. civil rights commission began? >> guest: the civil rightscivils commission began in 1957.. president eisenhower had a lot f discussions with john fostere dulles, secretary of state about the way the united states was ws seen around the world because of the racism go
efficiency and add new demand to the economy by putting more money in the pockets of low-wage workers. the common gop -- about the low-wage workers, many are teenage workers, part time with summer jobs. in fact, 84% of the workers that would benefit are over 20 years old and nearly half that would benefit from the federal minimum wage increase are if you-time workers and over 54% have a combined family income of less than $40,000 a year. joining me is arindrajit dube from the university of massachusetts-amherst. great to have you all here. and i'm psyched about getting into the minimum wage literature because it is super -- it is really super interesting. the reason it is interesting and for is the story about how a minimum wage works is one of the basic, you know, u just draw a supply and demand curve and you think about the cost of labor and if you apply it in other places, right, if the government mandated that you had to sell a loaf of bread for over $5, what we would see is a shortage in bread. there would be less bread being sold because you couldn't -- because it would be more
't grow the middle class by shifting cost of health care or families struggling. a growing economy that creates bun middle class. one middle class parent can't afford $200 a week. >> and grow opportunities in the middle class for all willing to climb them. this kind of prosperity, broad, shared, built on a thriving middle class. >> when we talk about the middle class, we're actually talking about the definition seems to be unclear recently. middle incomes for people, mississippi coming in at $39,000 or 39,078 the lowest. >> tucker: there's vast economic diversity, a $28 spread between the two. the country didn't look the same the at the all. let's look at the states where we're from. >> clayton: in pennsylvania, my home state. it varies on state. you can't make a blanket middle statement. in pennsylvania middle class an income of $50,000 a year. >> in north carolina, my home state tar, 44,787. >> tucker: in california where i grew up, 56,074. this will change if that falls apart. in rick's home state where everyone is moving from california it arizona, going up. 48,319 bucks. and p
in congress on the economy. 42% to 48% on health care, with 45% trust and the president on gun policy more of 43% trust republicans with gun policy. on the issue of the environment, 55% trust president obama more. foreign policy, it is 51% to 37%. theresa, nevada. caller: regarding president obama using executive orders to go around the republicans in the house, i am all for it. i am aware that this is a two- party democracy and we need republicans to be reasonable working party, but they have not been. the president has no choice but to go around them. john boehner has walked away. i am frustrated and the country is frustrated, other democrats are frustrated and scared. i am scared of the things they're willing to do to our country. he is doing what he has to do. i am all for his proposals, all for clean energy and comprehensive immigration, i am for gun legislation. i am for all of them. i am center-left, that is progressive. i think the country is definitely going progressive. i do not understand where the republicans want to obstruct and go with their small mindedness and small governm
't want to be seen as making concessions to the west before these elections. but iran's economy is really hurting because of these biting sanctions the u.s. and european union slapped on them. this ban on oil and in the last year alone, iranian currency has fallen 80%. so the u.s. and its partners feel it's good to get the talks going, see what iran wants. the hope is maybe they'll feel the crunch and deal seriously after the elections because people are really hurting. >> all right, thank you so much. >>> 18 minutes past the hour. we have breaking news just in to cnn. a car bomb targeting the headquarters of syria's ruling party exploding in central da mat cuss. syrian state television reporting an undisclosed number of casualties. the vehicle detonated at a checkpoint manned by government soldiers in front of the barge socialist's main office. this is according to a human rights group. we'll have updates on this breaking news story throughout the morning for you. >>> all right, also happening now, day three of oscar pistorius' bail hearing. we're waiting to see if pistorius will be rele
drive to try to get ahead. it's a moving economy in this relentless drive to get ahead and get better and to improve. they see some of the strictures that we put on than in terms of trade and in terms of use agreement. they see that from their perspective is we are trying to hold china down. we basically have been operating without rules to build our economy up and now that we have gotten to the top we are trying to hamstring them or trying to tie them up with a nod of rules and regulations to hold china down. ..
the economy and creating more jobs. he also addressed gun violence -- saying common sense gun laws, combined with stronger families and more opportunity can help turn the tide. in the audience were the parents of hadiya pendleton -- the 15-year-old chicago girl killed just days after marching in the president's inaugural parade. [a26]aaco exec-intro here in baltimore, a surprise announcement from acting anne arundel county executive john hammond. after initially saying he was not interested in the job, he now says he wants to stay put. the vacancy was created after john leopold resigned... following a conviction for misconduct in office. here's 11 news reporter david collins with more... after a lot of soul searching acting anne arundel county hammond and several others say they would not seek election when the term ends in 2014. the county council will interview all the candidates and make a selection on february 21st. the time is 5:11 and it's 36 degrees on t-v hill... from luxury to misery... is how travelers are describing their time spent on the carnival cruise ship. coming up: what's n
like to see attention on the economy. we are failing hugely there. host: allison, west virginia, brian is on the line. caller: i think it is time people take responsibility. the gun is harmless while it sits in your cabinet. when you push people, you get an unstable amount of people out here. they need to be held accountable. it is not the gun's problem. that is our second amendment right. it should not be up to any body in politics to take away something that was given to us. host: what are your thoughts on the votes on the specific measures? caller: take care of the criminals. investigate these people that are unstable. why should the politicians vote -- let us vote in. let us vote on it and see where its lace. host: that is just one of the ways to contribute to the conversation. also from the lead story in, "the chicago tribune." and ex aldermen in chicago committed tax fraud -- "the washington post," has a story on its front page. saying -- new jersey, democrats line, talking about president's gun proposal and if they deserve a vote in congress. caller: absolutely they deserve it.
this weeks and years why is this? >> the economy is doing ok. they're starting to create some jobs. this is pretty good and if you can beat them, you should join them. >> tend to say that you should never get out of the markets but try not to be smarter than them. you should do some type of cap. do not try to outsmart them. >> i feel like this is the gas prices staying. >> gas prices continue to skyrocket. will this affect the markets? >> this is a problem because you have to drive to work and when you go paycheck to paycheck. wal-mart came out and stated that january was a disaster. all this fuelling with congress should go away. >> does this make sense? >> note. it went over my head. >> i'm taking a lot what is the name of the ceo, michael core. i am thinking about my purse. >> another place that i do not shot dead this office max, office depot, or staples. i tend to go to amazon or target for things like paper. >> you and i are roughly the same age. we do not need these huge stores like best buy and office max. they are getting together because they cannot compete with amazon or
of a real economy. and they're one of the things most misunderstood in health care, and it's a little wonky, but these things actually drive the way human beings receive service. one of the things we assume is that -- the question is how do we pay for health care? one of the arguments i'm making today is the how we pay drives the type of care we're getting. >> you can watch this and other programs online at booktv.org. >> here are some of the latest head ryanlines -- headlines surrounding the publishing industry the past week. a class action lawsuit has been filed against amazon and six other publishers, simon & schuster, random house, penguin, mcmillan and harpercollins. the booksellers filing the suit, fiction addiction of greenville, south carolina, bookhouse in albany, new york, and pozen books in the new york city, all claim that amazon and the major publishers have formed confidential agreements to monopolize print and e-book sales. the the suit will concentrate on digital rights management with independent bookstores urging the court to prohibit amazon from selling e-books that are l
year was. we're about probably 15 more units ahead than what we did last year so i can see the economy is coming back. >> reporter: consumer confidence wasn't an issue for this buyer he racked up 72 miles on this new truck on his test drive taking it home for approval. his chief economic indicator making his trade in -- >> especial lip -- especially when the wife says i can. >> reporter: these president's day sale promotions go back to bicycle shops that turned into car dealerships and then spread from there. deborah villalon ktvu news. >>> it is no true that burger king has been sold to mcdonalds. although someone hacked burger king's twitter feed saying that it had. more tweets followed we obscenities. another twitter posting suggested the group anonymous might be to blame. >>> some sprint customers in san francisco may already be enjoying a prelaunch of sprint's new and faster network. it will make it's new 4g network available in san francisco. sprint is playing catch up with verizon and at&t. >>> the massive spending cuts less than two weeks away and how they impact one of san f
blend they use that is why the price has dropped. experts say because the economy is slowly getting better that means demand is increasing. prices also go up because of that. james, i don't think people care why they're going up they want to know if they're going down. we plan to tracking with a triple a represents the latest money to get their take on this. no doubt prices are climbing across the bay area. >> you are right. they do not care why. they are going up so early in the year makes us nervous about prices this summer. might that you this summ >> things are back to normal this morning on a berkeley street after police standoff shut down the area. police arrau the residents of the 1600 block of addison street where a man believed to be armed with a handgun, was holed up inside around 7 last night. police say the standoff started when they responded to a recall of a loud argument between two people and the 2200 block of san pablo ave. one person in connection with the argument has been arrested. his plea to be the gunman brother. at some point during the incident, a shot was f
in europe than in the u.s. what promises to be a serious recession is beginning to affect the economy there, and fiat and other european carmakers are struggling. but it should not affect the future of chrysler. do you think they're out of the woods? >> i think the question of whether chrysler will survive or not is largely behind us. i think the question at this point is how big a market share can they have? how good can their products be? >> there are plenty of new products in the pipeline. but marchionne, who is right now obsessed with quality, is taking nothing for granted. what's the biggest challenge facing chrysler right now? >> that we're gonna slip on execution. we're gonna get something wrong, big. >> like what? >> we're gonna screw up on a car. it won't sell. it's possible. >> can you afford that? >> one car, yes. now i can afford a car. 12 months ago, it would have been a--it would have been a disaster. but now i can take the pain. not-- one--one car. >> since our story first aired, chrysler's comeback has continued. in september 2012, the company announced that its sales had in
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